Dodgers Add Gonsolin, Gyorko to Active Roster

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Ahead of Sunday’s season series finale against the Braves in Atlanta, the Dodgers announced that they have recalled right-handed pitcher Tony Gonsolin and activated infielder Jedd Gyorko from the 60-day injured list.

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Dodgers Head to Atlanta in Possible Postseason Preview


The Dodgers has quite the offensive breakout in Miami against the hapless Marlins, but still only managed to win two out of three games.

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After a Near-Sweep in San Diego, Dodgers Return Home to Face Braves

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The Dodgers almost completed a sweep of the San Diego Padres over the weekend but were thwarted by a walk-off grand slam off the bat of Hunter Renfroe. In just a quick look at the series, taking two-of-three from the Padres, all of which they were down early, was a good weekend in San Diego.

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Dodgers Acquire Reliever Adam McCreery from Braves


The Dodgers have made another roster transaction, acquiring Adam McCreery from the Atlanta Braves on Wednesday afternoon in exchange for cash considerations.

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Braves Edge Dodgers in NLDS Game 3


Unlike the relative monotony of the first two contests, Game 3 of the NLDS on Sunday evening had plenty of action for fans of both clubs to appreciate. Ultimately, it was Atlanta who prevailed, as the Braves secured a 6-5 victory and forced a Game 4 on Monday afternoon in Atlanta.

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Up Two Games, Dodgers Hope Buehler Can Close NLDS Door in Atlanta


The Dodgers have cruised to a 2-0 lead in the NLDS over the Atlanta Braves and find themselves just one win away from advancing to the NLCS.

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Dodgers Deliver in NLDS Game 2


The Dodgers are one win away from advancing to the NLCS for the third year in a row, and per usual, the big story of the night was Clayton Kershaw.

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Ryu, Dodgers Cruise Past Braves in NLDS Opener


The Los Angeles offense got its motor running early in Game 1 of the NLDS on Thursday night when Joc Pederson took Atlanta starter Mike Foltynewicz deep to center field in the bottom of the first inning. From there, it was a night of domination for the NL West Champs, as the Dodgers blanked the Braves, 6-0.

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2018 NLDS Preview: Dodgers Look to Maintain Momentum Against Braves


It was a stressful end to the regular season for the Los Angeles Dodgers, but they earned the opportunity to advance to the NLDS without having to endure the dreaded wildcard game.

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Sizzling Dodgers’ Offense Welcomes Braves to Los Angeles

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The Dodgers just keep plugging along. Lose a starting pitcher? No problem! Lose another? No biggie! Injuries and other circumstances have had the Dodgers pushing their pitching staff to the brink. But the offense has got their pitchers’ backs, scoring enough to keep them in games everyday. They are a rather impressive 15-5 through their last 20 games, even with all the wrenches the baseball gods keep throwing their way. It’s a tight rope act right now and so far, the Dodgers have yet to fall.

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